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|Cecil Spring-Rice 1859–1918: 'I Vow to Thee, My Country' (1918) You'll never |
have a quiet world till you knock the ... 1917–63: inaugural address, 20 January
1961 I would die for my country but I could never let my country die for me.
|Where Do We Go From Here.7(1967) 5 What is needed is a realization that |
power without love is reckless and abusive, ... at the Labour Party Conference, 1
October 1985 I would die for my country but I could never let my country die for
|... inaugural address, 20 January 1961 14 I would die for my country butI could |
never let my country die for me. ... The summer soldier and the sunshine patriot
will, in this crisis, shrink from the service of their country; but he that stands it now,
|There is nothing good of him but thai which is underground. ... What could a great |
peer, with a great castle and park, and a great fortune, do but be splendid and
idle? ... 9 I would die for my country, but I could never let my country die for me.
|I have lived but for him, and I will die with him ! ... But for me I am sure he would |
ftave remained without reluctance. ... Had I been called to the defence of my
country, I would have suffered in her cause without repining — nay, I would have
exulted, ... the sake of my numerous friends, who anxiously await your decision :
if it is in your power let mercy be extended to me, so shall you ... "It cannot be,"
said Annette; "they will never be eo barbarous as to sacrifice your life for this
|Montague, I do not ask you to spare me—if it gives you comfort to torture me thus-|
—I can bear it willingly-—there is not that ... I love you deeply, devotedly-I will
never love nor wed another-your image is graven on my heart, your name will be
breathed in stillness and player, by my lips until I die-—but a daughter of America
shall never join her country's foes, nor ... made, and so is mine—yonder come
some of your boasted sons of Freedom, let them behold how an Englishman dare
|He paid the price for me. He let me live when I deserved to die like a terrorist |
lying in the street. “I'm not that kind of hero. Jesus did what I could never do. I'll
die for my family. I'll die for my country, but only Jesus would die for an enemy.
|For only when our arms are sufficient beyond doubt can we be certain beyond |
doubt that they will never be employed. - Kennedy, John F. I would die for my
country, but I could never let my country die for me. - Kinnock, Neil The
|'Bar', here, means 'a ridge of sand, mud, shingle' but the line has given rise to |
many a pun. ... 8 I would die for my country let my country die for me. . . but I could
never Speech on nuclear disarmament, Labour Party Conference, (30
|has told us to " obey the powers that be ;" but we never will sanction it ourselves, |
we will lift our voices against it, we would die saying ... the Emancipation Act." We
are told, that that great statesman, Pitt, said with his dying breath — " Oh ! my
country. ... have neglected prayer so much in my life-time, that I have little reason
to think it will avail me now ;" but springing up ... You may lop off a few withered
branches, you may let fall a few strokes : but till you repeal that Act, there is no
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